Sunday Night Baseball – ESPN’s signature Major League Baseball franchise – will return for its 32nd season in 2021, featuring the game’s biggest superstars in action. Sunday Night Baseball presented by Taco Bell is the exclusive, national MLB game of the week, generally airing at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN, ESPN Radio, ESPN Deportes and streaming via the ESPN App.
The Cleveland Indians plan to drop the nickname they have used since 1915, sources confirmed to ESPN, becoming the latest professional sports franchise to shed its Native American imagery amid accusations that its use is racist.
The Dodgers' championship drought is over
We began with 16 teams. We are down to 16 scenarios. With half of the 2020 postseason field remaining in the wake of the first-ever Wild Card Series round, 16 possible World Series matchups are still on the table as we head into the American League and National League Division
After taking over the top spot in the starting pitcher power rankings, Shane Bieber doesn't want to let it go. The Indians ace is the unanimous No. 1 pitcher in Week 3 of the rankings.
Maybe I just needed to get north of 40 years old to achieve my "old man yells at clouds" moment, but it's arrived.
It’s been two weeks since the last installment of our MLB power rankings and those two weeks have ended any doubt — there’s a clear No. 1 team in baseball this season.
The Roberto Clemente Award will be named next Wednesday to honor the player who best represents the game through "extraordinary character, community involvement, philanthropy and positive contributions, both on and off the field."
Of all the things in this world that feel like they happened decades ago but actually went down just a few months ago -- and there are a lot of things like that -- Major League Baseball’s 2019 Hot Stove is very much one of them.
During the post-strike 1990s, when Major League Baseball owners and players took a cease-fire from fighting just long enough for the commissioner's office to wage war with its umpires, a conspicuous graphic began appearing on baseball broadcasts nationwide: a square box in front of the catcher outlining the strike zone.
The regular season has fewer games, and the postseason has more games. That’s the formula by which Major League Baseball will operate this year after an agreement, just before the first pitch of the 2020 season, between the owners and the MLB Players Association for a 16-team postseason structure.
There will be no empty ballparks on Fox Sports' MLB broadcasts this season.
Major League Baseball is launching a website feature on Opening Day that will allow fans to interact with their team's games on their website, Gameday app and through social media links.
The Major League Baseball Players Association agreed Tuesday to report to camps by July 1 for a 60-game season and also agreed with owners on health and safety protocols for the season's restart.
As we wait for the 2020 season, let's rank the 30 MLB ballparks
From Spencer Torkelson to the Tigers at No. 1 to Shay Whitcomb to the Astros at No. 160, we recap an MLB draft like no other.
In the MLB season proposal that owners agreed to on Monday and will soon submit to the union for its consideration, the plan is for "spring" training to start in mid-June, with the shortened season beginning in July, sources told ESPN.
Team owners have long discussed shortening the draft from its usual 40 rounds, and it was expected to be a point of discussion heading into the winter 2021 expiration of the labor agreement between the league and players' union.
From salaries to resuming play, and its impact on the draft and the minors, answering how the agreement will shape the game's future.
Major League Baseball has cancelled the remainder of its Spring Training games, also announcing that the start of the 2020 regular season will be delayed by at least two weeks due to the national emergency.